Fuel Scarcity: Peter Okoye Hails People Dating Fuel Attendants, Adeniyi Johnson Shares Moral Lesson

Fuel Scarcity: Peter Okoye Hails People Dating Fuel Attendants, Adeniyi Johnson Shares Moral Lesson

  • As Nigerians are thrown into sudden panic over fuel scarcity, singer Peter Okoye has made a point out of the situation
  • According to him, the people who chose to date fuel attendants made the right decision in life without even knowing
  • Actor Adeniyi Johnson pointed out how life changes seeing as fuel attendants who beg for tips are now being begged

As fuel scarcity continues to loom and Nigerians form/join endless queues at fuel stations, different reactions have taken over social media.

One of the P-Square brothers, Peter recently made light of the situation as he pointed out that people who are in relationships with fuel attendants are the luckiest.

Peter Okoye and Adeniyi Johnson talk about fuel scarcity
Peter Okoye says those dating fuel attendants are lucky Photo credit: @peterpsquare/@adeniyijohnson
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According to him, they made the right decision in life.

No condition is permanent

For actor Adeniyi Johnson, he took a look at the moral side of the story and pointed out that fuel attendants who beg customers for tips after service are not on the receiving end of the begging.

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He added that nothing is permanent in life and people should just be good to others.

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Nigerians react


"Las las everybody na king for his or her lane......everybody be kind."


"This psquare should just stay off the humour cos what is this in slide 1???? "


"Don't use temporal feelings to make permanent decision. Lol. Everybody don turn motivational speaker "


"Table don turn the life no just balance."


"That’s why is good to remain humble and treat people with care."


"Nothing last forever."

Actress Amarachi Amusi calls out Lagos petrol station

Popular Nollywood comedian, Amarachi Amusi expressed her anger after a filling station at Ilase, Lagos shortchanged her by ruining her day.

Amarachi said the filling station sold nine thousand naira worth of water for her instead of fuel, a situation that got some of her belongings spoilt.

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The actress showed off images of the staff at the filling station and its location on her Instagram story and angrily called them out.

She also vowed to sue the filling station because the water they sold to her spoilt her newly bought N800,000 generator and her car.

Source: Legit.ng

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